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Honey Almond Fragrance Oil

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Honey Almond Fragrance OilHoney Almond Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Honey Almond Fragrance Oil is a nutty scent by Natures Garden. This aroma is a combination of the nutty aroma of a fresh almond with rich notes of golden honey and a dash of sweet fruit. This fragrance is a delightful and soft dash of a delicious combination of nuts and sweets that would work perfectly in a variety of homemade products.

What Does Honey Almond Fragrance Oil Smell Like?

This fragrance oil by Natures Garden is a rich, nutty blend of sweet, golden honey and buttery almond with just a touch of fruit.

Top Notes: Honey, Bergamot
Mid Notes: Almond, Petitgrain, Rose
Base Notes: Coconut, Powder, Musk

How Do Our Customers Use Honey Almond Fragrance Oil?

Homemade room scent creators can use this sweet and nutty fragrance oil in their personal recipes. Potpourri and incense can both use up to 50% of this fragrance oil. Any homemade cleaning products can be created using no more than 5% for this scent. Also, any products that contain aroma beads will perform perfectly for this scent. Moreover, candle makers can create unique products with this sweet nut fragrance oil. Any candle products that are made of either vegetable wax or paraffin wax can include up to 10% of this scent. Joy wax and wow wax will perform perfectly for this fragrance. Also, for those using this fragrance oil for soy wax candles and tarts, this scented oil will maintain a strong scent retentions. If you want to add colorant to your candle creations, then we suggest using either three drops of yellow liquid candle dye with a tiny bit of orange liquid candle dye and a tiny bit of brown liquid candle dye or using a small amount of a shredded yellow, orange, and brown color block into your melted wax per four pounds of wax. Remember to never use crayons to color your candles as they will clog your wick.

Our customers can use this nutty fragrance oil in bath and body scents. Bath oils, bath gels, soaps, and many other related bath and body products can use up to 5% of this scent. Also, perfumes will work perfectly for this scent. Lotions and perfumes can use no more than 4% of this fragrance oil. Moreover, this scent can be used to create soaps though a variety of methods. For instance, our Cold Process Soap Testing Results have revealed that this scent is a perfect choice for this method of soap making. Not only does this fragrance provide a perfect pour, but the batch has favorable qualities. A batch containing this fragrance will have no ricing, no acceleration, and no separation. The final product will maintain a strong scent retention and the bar will discolor to a lovely beige. If you want to use colorants in soap, then we suggest using golden yellow soap colorant in the amount that you desire. Remember that you should never use candle dye in bath products.

We hope you enjoy this delightful scent and are able to create wonderful bath and body or room scenting products!


Acorn Harvest Fragrance

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acorn harvest fragranceAcorn Harvest Fragrance Oil – Fragrance Oil Spotlight

Feeling squirrely? Then you’ll go nuts for this fragrance oil! Imagine walking through the oak trees in the crisp fall air. You take a deep breath and suddenly something hits you on the head. Is the sky falling?! Don’t be ridiculous, loosey goosey, it’s just an acorn. But ouch, yeah, those lil things sure pack a wallop when they fall from a tall oak tree. You look up to see where it came from and you hear a squirrel chattering. Weird. Squirrels make the weirdest noises. Almost like chirping but also yelling? You decide to high tail it out of there before the squirrel gets anymore ideas. The squirrel can rest easy knowing that his acorns buried in the ground, stored for later, are safe, for now.

What Does Acorn Harvest Fragrance Smell Like?

Acorn Harvest is a very unique, Nature’s Garden Original Fragrance Oil. It is comprised of a warm, earthy, nutty aroma paired with rich buttery vanilla notes. It’s nuts. You’ll feel like you’re standing directly under an oak tree in autumn. What better place is there to be?

How Do Our Customers Use Acorn Harvest Fragrance Oil?

For candle makers, this is just what you’re looking for – Acorn Harvest performs perfectly in joy wax, wow wax, and is nice and strong in soy wax. It is not gel wax compatible. For coloring candles, we suggest using 3 drops of orange and 2 drops of yellow liquid candle dye per 4 pounds of wax. Another coloring suggestion is to shred a small amount of an orange and a yellow color block into your melted wax. Just remember not to try to color your candle with a crayon or you’ll clog the wick! Burn an Acorn Harvest scented candle near an open window and watch the squirrels come a-runnin’.

For incense and potpourri, the maximum usage rate is 50% and Acorn Harvest is nice and strong in aroma beads. We’ve got a fun Autumn Leaves Potpourri recipe you could use this fragrance in, just substitute Autumn Woods fragrance for Acorn Harvest. They have the same usage percentages in potpourri so you should be okay if you stick to the original recipe.

For soap, bath oils, bath gels, lotions, perfumes, and cleaning products, the recommended maximum usage is 5%. Our cold process soap testing results show that Acorn Harvest fragrance does not cause acceleration of your soap batter, there is no separation, no ricing, and the soap retains its gorgeous scent. The fragrance oil discolors CP soap to a dark chocolate brown – the color of acorns..! (Almost.) If you don’t want brown soap, be sure to get some Vanilla White Color Stabilizer to help with discoloration, or add colorful dyes. We recommend using orange soap colorant in the amount that satisfies you (this particular colorant works well in melt and pour and cold process soaps).

We’ve also got some cute little Oak Leaves & Acorns embed molds that you could use to make soap samples or potpourri tarts. Just don’t let the squirrels get their little claws on them!